Psalm 29 contains beautiful (and terrifying) imagery of a powerful storm, comparing the voice of the Lord to the water and thunder and lighting.
As I read the three passages today, I think of God reminding me to “Grow up!”
If we read the promise to Timothy and of the Psalms in the context of Job, perhaps we can gain a new appreciation of even the smallest degree of the rich blessing that is in store for us.
A small band of volunteers leaves the rural church. It is their turn to make the Sunday morning trek to the fledgling Laotian congregation in the nearby city.
The Spirit gives us the power to be prophets, but it also gives us the opportunity to be discerning hearers and listeners to the prophetic messages of our age.
in Romans 8, Paul lays out some of the benefits the Holy Spirit offers to those who are in Christ — to those people to whom the work of Christ has been applied. One of these benefits is the intercession of the Holy Spirit on our behalf.